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  • Clippers' blue-collar fans sell tickets to rivals' fans to stay in black

    Clippers' blue-collar fans sell tickets to rivals' fans to stay in black
    The words rattled through the city like one of his fan-pleasing dunks. Only this time, it appeared Blake Griffin was dunking on those fans. After the Clippers' demoralizing loss to Golden State in front of a Warriors-centric crowd at Staples Center on...
  • Chicago Christian baseball primed to make program history

    The two consecutive conference championships are to be applauded. As are the five regional titles in the past six years, which included 20 victories each season. But in 2015, Chicago Christian baseball has bigger aspirations. Primarily, one that...
  • Kings just don't have enough depth to get into NHL playoffs

    Kings just don't have enough depth to get into NHL playoffs
    Jonathan Quick held tight to the dream until almost the very end, no matter that the Kings knew they'd have to beat the Flames on Thursday and get help from other teams to squeeze into the playoffs and continue their quest for a second straight Stanley...
  • Stepping up to the plate at Dodger Stadium to try new food offerings

    Stepping up to the plate at Dodger Stadium to try new food offerings
    My assignment was to eat my way across Dodger Stadium. I mean, why not? Other than baseball, I have nothing to live for. Besides, my company life insurance pays more if I perish on the job, which is exactly what can happen when you eat five ballpark...
  • Indianapolis is the ideal place to realize hoop dreams

    Indianapolis is the ideal place to realize hoop dreams
    A Kentucky fan stood on a downtown corner Thursday night and snapped a picture of the basketball team's bus. Never mind the bus was empty, that Kentucky players had minutes before they left for their hotel rooms. These were the actual tires and axel...
  • When Dodgers send SOS, Jimmy Rollins responds

    When Dodgers send SOS, Jimmy Rollins responds
    The pregame flyover was so late, some fans might have thought it was a couple of Southwest Airlines jets racing to Burbank. There was no traditional opening-day bunting hanging on the main sections of Dodger Stadium because the Dodgers didn't want to...
  • Jordan Spieth's Masters triumph shows that golf's future is now

    Jordan Spieth's Masters triumph shows that golf's future is now
    They came at the kid in waves, the world's best golfers grabbing and clutching for four sweltering days, swarming him with green jackets and Claret Jugs and Wanamaker Trophies and glares. Jordan Spieth took their punches, all of them, sticking out his...
  • Trinity League pitching weekly three-game series as way to rank teams

    Trinity League pitching weekly three-game series as way to rank teams
    A year ago, pitcher Griffin Canning of Santa Margarita was the Southern Section Division 1 player of the year. He's now a freshman at UCLA, but the impact he made hasn't been forgotten by Trinity League coaches. They've put in the "Griffin Canning rule....
  • Phil Mickelson has Augusta jumping

    Phil Mickelson has Augusta jumping
    The word shot from his mouth in rhythm with the fists that pumped above his head. "Yes!" shouted Phil Mickelson, his intonation and intention clear amid another Masters roar. "Yes!" Yes, yes, one of the few people in the world who actually look good...
  • Jordan Spieth brings the noise to Augusta

    Jordan Spieth brings the noise to Augusta
    Three women were walking among the massive crowds surrounding the 18th green here Friday when one of them spotted a purple shirt in the distance and stopped. "Wait," she said. "I want to hear this." Jordan Spieth was walking up the 18th fairway and,...
  • Manny Pacquiao calms the chaos as Floyd Mayweather Jr. bout approaches

    Manny Pacquiao calms the chaos as Floyd Mayweather Jr. bout approaches
    No man is an island, but Manny Pacquiao is living on one these days. He has found peace, order and room to breathe at the same place where he had previously trained amid chaos, sweat and near-stifling claustrophobia. The truth is, he liked the old Wild...